Fancing Winning The Green Carnation Winning ‘Paperboy’?

As you may well be aware (and it was lovely to see in The Guardian and The Bookseller today) ‘Paperboy’ by Christopher Fowler was today crowned the winner of The Green Carnation Prize 2010 in its inaugural year. His very kind publishers at Doubleday and Transworld were so thrilled that they have offered five copies of ‘Paperboy’ up for grabs for followers of the prize.

All you have to do is pop to a previous post on Savidge Reads, where Simon Savidge asked for your feedback on The Green Carnation Prize going forward into its second year and leave a comment with your thoughts or a comment telling us what your favourite book prize is (that’s right we are checking out the competition – ha) and why it appeals so much to you.

The winners will be picked at random from those comments on the day the new judging panel is announced next week. Good luck and be creative with your suggestions this is your change to help further form a prize and win a cracking book, it’s definitely a book that if you haven’t read you want to, and if you have you will want to give it to a friend!!!

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2 Responses to Fancing Winning The Green Carnation Winning ‘Paperboy’?

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  2. Brenton says:

    Thank you for the Green Carnation Prize. I have ordered a copy of ‘Paperboy’ from England and will follow the Prize each year.

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